Heart Food Podcast | 008 | Hali Bey Ramdene – Creativity, Declaring & living your truth, Growth, Food, & Family

In this episode, Ashley is joined by her friend Hali Bey Ramdene, food editor of TheKitchn.com. 
 
Hali Bey Ramdene is a writer, editor, and producer with expertise directing and creating data-informed, emotionally genuine lifestyle content for a wide range of readers. For Hali, food has always been a portal for deeper understanding of the self, our community and the intersection of what is desired and what is necessary. She’s the food editor of The Kitchn, the number one cooking site for millennial women, an essayist, and a reluctant blogger.  


The episode covers:
 
– Hali’s story
– Declaring & going after what you want in life
– Nurturing & practicing creativity
– Working with resistance & embracing discomfort
– Cultivating a growth mindset
– Developing self-awareness
– Feeling everyday beauty
– The deeper importance of food & identity
– How our family shapes us
– Eating what works for you
– Navigating social eating
– Self-care & boundaries
 
 
 
 
 
– Follow Hali on Instagram @halibey
 
Mentions:
 
– Morning pages from Julia Cameron’s The Artists Way
 
The War of Art by Steven Pressfield
 
Mindset by Carol Dweck
 
 
 
 
Follow Ashley on Instagram @ashleykpardo

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